inuit.css—cooler than a polar bear’s toenails…

Another CSS framework?!

Yup, ’fraid so, but this one’s different… It combines years of my best dev tips, tricks and practices in one handy file.

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inuit.css is completely free

Download now v. 3.1.a

Version 3.1 is an alpha update. Please report any bugs as soon as you discover them so I can fix them as quickly as possible.

Custom grid system builder…

inuit.css now has a custom grid system builder for creating fixed or fluid grid system igloos. Give it a try


What does it do?


Build your own fluid grid system

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igloos—plugins for inuit.css

An igloo is simply a plugin for inuit.css which extends the core framework to add more specific functionality.

Include an igloo in the page using a <link /> element. This <link /> appears after the <link /> which includes inuit.css, eg:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="/css/inuit.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/css/annotate.inuit.css" />


inuit.css in the wild—tweet at @inuitcss to suggest a site


Credits

Special thanks to Bryan James, Dan Bentley and Suzanna Haworth. Suze accidentally gave me the idea for the name, Bryan provided the super-awesome, cute-as-hell character and logo and Dan just put up with me wittering on about it all, as he tends to.

Support

inuit.css was a fairly large undertaking which I am giving away for free. I’ll provide support where I can but if you do have any questions or require support please tweet at me before you try mailing. This means I can normally respond faster and it doesn’t make my inbox look scary. Thanks!